We probably don’t need to tell you that the ongoing pain and suffering after an accident isn’t just physical, but comes in all shapes and sizes. Just as individual as your accident scenario was, your ongoing injuries will be too so it’s important to recognize and get help for them
Whether it was your injuries or you’re watching the pain and suffering of your loved ones who were involved, living with the aftermath of an auto accident is often felt by the whole family- not just the person injured. If you’re a parent watching a child suffering or perhaps watching your partner living with injuries, you can feel helpless.
The top injury attorneys at Phoenix Accident and Injury Law Firm near you have more than 15 years of experience in helping clients who are dealing with pain and suffering after an accident. Our offices are conveniently located in nearby Chandler, Peoria, and North Phoenix, and we can meet in person or over the phone, or via video call. You can contact us for a free consultation, or read on to find out more.
By the way, we will also help with other problems that have cost you sleep, like getting a rental car very soon and finding a nearby doctor who can help you. Even the best legal team isn’t good enough if your quality of life isn’t sustainable while justice and compensation are on the way. The whole point of legal action is to regain quality of life, so we help you long-term as attorneys and short-term as your go-to people.
Why you don’t need to prove physical harm to claim pain in Arizona
If you’ve been involved in an accident, you may be living with many other symptoms of the pain and suffering endured from having an accident, from anxiety, irritability, and even insomnia. You may also be adding to your mental trauma by worrying that the suffering you or they are experiencing won’t be recognized in the eyes of the law- but you’d be wrong.
The law in Arizona has undergone some significant changes in recent years to protect victims of an accident in their mental pain and suffering after an accident as well as physical harm. This means, your accident doctor will be able to provide the courts with sufficient evidence of suffering to ensure it’s involved in your overall settlement
Common Symptoms of Pain and Suffering After an Accident you may not Expect
Anxiety, depression, anger, stress, and irritability- these may be common symptoms of pain and suffering of having experienced a car accident but what about the headaches, insomnia, and ongoing PTSD that can also happen? These are considered a mental injury and is typically caused by the terror or shock of nearly dying or watching a close loved one’s injury or death. This is a different type of mental anguish, referred to as the Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress, and will be recognized by a court of law in our state as a separate injury from the physical injuries you’ve also endured.
Here in Arizona, our law separates the term emotional distress from negligence in an auto accident, meaning a good lawyer will define it as an entirely separate claim that helps recognize the horror you or a family member has experienced.
How Phoenix Accident and Injury Law Firm Can Help You
At Phoenix Accident and Injury Law Firm near you, we have more than 15 years of experience helping clients obtain compensation for their pain and suffering after an accident. When you’re ready to talk, please contact our office to arrange a free initial consultation by phone or at our Chandler office, conveniently located in your area.
If you need medical treatment after a car accident contact Phoenix Accident and Injury Law Firm near you in nearby Chandler, AZ to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney. We provide personal injury legal services to clients in your area including Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Peoria.